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have asked this of the author: when you wrote this amendment, disengaging from libya, egypt and pakistan, which is a nuclear-armed nation, did you ask anybody in the intelligence community -- general david petraeus -- if there was ever a hero in modern times, that's him. have you ever asked him or senator chambliss or anybody else, oh, by the way, i'm thinking about pulling the plug on our aid to pakistan, egypt and libya. what's your view of that? have you been asked that question? mr. chambliss: i thank my friend from south carolina as well as my friend from arizona with respect to the debate that they have been engaged in, for bringing this issue to the forefront, being willing to stand up and say, you know, foreign aid, if you talk about that in a coffee club in seneca, south carolina, or phoenix, arizona, or molte, georgia, is not the most popular topic. most people back home think we can balance the budget if we eliminate foreign aid. but the fact is, as senator graham said, it's a minuscule amount in the overall context. right now we're at a critical context with resp
. how can libya control and let the world know we are serious about democracy? they have a real problem. left behind -- destruction. we need to start a very good police force and good communication and training and 10,000. .. then we should be able to create the force. that will help us secure our country and our people. without government showing middle east, north africa, maybe some other places, the government has to show, otherwise people will not obey law and orders. again, my apologies to the american people. it is a sad day in our history. and we hope that we still have the support of the united states and other friends to help libya get through from this terrible critical situation. thank you. >> thank you very much ambassador. and thank you very much to all of you. i am very grateful for your cooperation and participation in this debate. please feel free to write, to come, to see me, to complain, preach, whatever you want to do. i more than happy. it's our job, we are open. we would ke to see all of you again very soon. thank you very much. [applause] >> join us monday for more
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